Three people including a young boy are dead and one other is injured after a small plane collided with a SUV in Pembroke Pines on Monday.
The incident was reported around 3.p.m. near the North Perry Airport on Southwest 72nd Avenue and 13th Street in Pembroke Pines.
Pembroke Pines Police and Fire Rescue say the Beechcraft was forced to return to the airport shortly after take off but collided with an SUV on it’s return when it clipped a powerline.
The two passengers inside of the aircraft were pronounced dead at the scene, while a mother and her son who were traveling in the SUV suffered traumatic injuries.
The incident was also caught on a ring.com camera.
WATCH: Ring video captures the moment a small plane crashes outside North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines, killing two people on board, but not before it struck a nearby car with a woman and child inside. They were both hospitalized. @KarliBarnetthttps://t.co/ylkaA9bahd pic.twitter.com/2wzjNEBhnD
— CBS4 Miami (@CBSMiami) March 15, 2021
The boy later died at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood.
While many residents in the area where shocked about the crash, one resident says it happens all the time:
“Usually normal around here that is once in a while a plane comes down,” German Garzon told WSVN. “Accident here, the accident there — yeah, a lot of people are concerned about that.”
The names of the victims have not been released.
FAA and National Transportation Safety Board investigators are investigating the incident.